The 2020 State Assembly and Convention

COVID-19 Changes

What’s been changed to keep people safe and healthy?


Who will folks be voting for at the State Assembly and Convention?


What is the Colorado Dems State Assembly and Convention?

Saturday, April 18, 2020

The 2020 Colorado Dems State Assembly and Convention

Saturday, April 18, 2020

COVID-19 Changes to the Assembly and Convention

In order to keep our communities safe while also keeping the wheels of democracy moving forward, we have converted the State Assembly and Convention to a completely digital format!

Same Time, Same Day… Just on your Computer!

The Colorado Democrats State Assembly and Convention will still take place on Saturday, April 18, 2020.


Delegates to the State Assembly and Convention will receive their ballots electronically on Saturday, April 18. 


An important change: There is no live meeting. Rather, delegates will be able to vote on their computers or smart devices from the safety and comfort of their homes to practice social distancing and protect our communities from coronavirus.


Delegates should pay attention to their email inboxes on Saturday, April 18, 2020, and watch for their ballots. If you are a delegate and do not receive a ballot, you can call the phone number included in your official call. If you need more information, email info[at] and a member of our team will get back to you promptly!


U.S. Senate Candidates Going Through the Assembly Process

Andrew Romanoff
Stephany Rose Spaulding
Erik Underwood

In order to qualify for the June 30th primary ballot, these three candidates must each receive at least 30% on Saturday, April 18, 2020.

Convention Candidates

Click here to view the candidates running to be a DNC member, an At-Large Presidential Elector, or an At-Large DNC Delegate!

What’s the State Assembly and Convention?

For folks running to get onto the June 30th primary ballot for statewide office, for folks running to be delegates to go to the National Democratic Convention in Milwaukee, for folks running to be one of Colorado’s 3 DNC members, for folks running to be Presidential Electors — the 2020 State Assembly and Convention is the final stop!

Elected delegates to the state assembly and convention will be voting and determining which U.S. Senate candidates going through the caucus and assembly route will make it onto the ballot, who will represent us at the National Democratic Convention, and who will be a Presidential Elector! Previous State Assemblies and Convention have been in-person meetings. In 2020, this will be all digital to keep our communities and delegates safe from coronavirus.